Develop collaborative relationships with non-University partners and University faculty, students, and staff.
Create and develop programming and manages all external relations for the Center.
Provide program assessment and reporting, both to internal bodies and donors.
Monitor the progress of all programs and researches the latest developments related to the program topic.
Serve as principal coordinator, setting a timetable for Center events and activities and working with the Center staff to develop plans to ensure the success of the program.
Foster collaboration with campus and community groups and develops proposals, budgets, and plans for such projects.
Work with the development office to identify and pursue new funding opportunities that will allow for program expansion and sustain the work of the Center.
Develop learning opportunities for students.
Perform grant research, planning, preparation, and writing; and works with other Center staff on difficult grant-related issues or problems.
Sets and communicates program priorities and performance standards and assesses operations using these criteria. Plans and conducts quality assurance reviews and recommends changes as appropriate.
Has moderate/high levels of interactions with faculty, researchers and staff for committee work or information.
Performs other related work as needed.
Masters of Public Health or equivalent in a health-related field.
Five years of management or related experience.
Experience with program planning, budget management, and staff management.
Experience in continuing education.
Fundraising and development experience.
Grant proposal experience.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Demonstrated administrative and coordination skills.
Ability to manage multiple projects in client-service environment.
Demonstrated leadership skills and mastery in effectively managing staff and operations.
Proven ability to develop long-term relationships with organizations and leaders in the government and policy making community.
Strong analytical, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work closely with senior University and other officials.
Ability to work successfully with University students, faculty, and staff .
Ability to multitask and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Ability to work under pressure.
Exposure to, and an understanding of, an academically rigorous research university environment.
Knowledge of local and national philanthropic communities and cultural institutions.
Knowledge of standard computer programs (e.g. Word, Excel, FileMaker Pro, standard email and internet applications, and graphics programs). Â
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